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Researcher: Twiname, S (Ms Samantha Twiname)

Fields of Research

Fisheries management
Aquaculture and fisheries stock assessment
Fish physiology and genetics
Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Ecological physiology
Noise and wave pollution processes and measurement
Ecological impacts of climate change and ecological adaptation

Research Objectives

Wild caught rock lobster
Fisheries - recreational marine
Aquaculture rock lobster
Assessment and management of benthic marine ecosystems
Wild caught tuna
Fisheries - aquaculture
Terrestrial biodiversity

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A cross-scale framework to support a mechanistic understanding and modelling of marine climate-driven species redistribution, from individuals to communities; Ecography
Estimating the national fishing mortality of southern bluefin tuna Thunnus maccoyii from Australiaís recreational fishing sector; Fisheries Management and Ecology
Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science; Biological Reviews
Metabolic plasticity improves lobsterís resilience to ocean warming but not to climate-driven novel species interactions; Scientific Reports
Mismatch of thermal optima between performance measures, life stages and species of spiny lobster; Scientific Reports
Multiple measures of thermal performance of early stage eastern rock lobster in a fast-warming ocean region; Marine Ecology - Progress Series
National Survey of Recreational Fishing for Southern Bluefin Tuna in Australia 2018-2019
National Survey of Recreational Fishing for Southern Bluefin Tuna in Australia 2018/19
Offshore Recreational Fishing in Tasmania 2018/2019
Options to effectively monitor and regulate recreational catch in the Tasmanian rock lobster fishery
Resident lobsters dominate food competition with range-shifting lobsters in an ocean warming hotspot; Marine Ecology Progress Series

Research Projects

Understanding climate driven range shifts: using thermal performance of rock lobster to predict the outcome of competitive interactions and future population range shifts; Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment (HWRE)
ConocoPhillips Southern Rock Lobster Project Stage 2

Research Candidate Supervision